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'Index: H, I, J, K', Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 9: August-December 1535 (1886), pp. 444-452. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=75690 Date accessed: 16 September 2014.


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Hache or Hacche, —, 362, 892.

Hackenay, Wm., 697.

Hacket (Hacquett), John, ambassador in Flanders, (died 1534,) 330, 562.

-, -, his son, 330.

Hackney (Hakeney), 66, 106, 413–15, 478, 1112:—g. 504 (12).

-, Cromwell's buildings at. See Crom well, Thomas.

Hacquett. See Hacket.

Haddington, in Scotland, Hospital of St. Laurence, near, 636.

Hadock, Wm., 418.

Hailes (Haylys, Halles), Glouc., 747, 1118.

-, abbot of, 747.

Hains. See Heynes.

Haith. See Heath.

Haldesworth (Holdisworth, Haldworth), Dr. Robert, vicar of Halifax, 37, 404, 463.

Hale, John, vicar of Isleworth, (hung 4 May 1535,) 171.

Halen, in Flanders, g. 729 (9).

Hales (Haylles), Chr., attorney-general (Mr. Attorney), 353, 440, 717, 756, 789, 1121.

Hales (Halys, Hale), John, baron of the Exchequer, 440, 716, 789, 1121:—App. 6:–g. 914 (5).

Hales, Mr., 342, 359.

Halfehyde, John, 792.

Halifax, Yorks., 463–4.

-, complaint of the parishioners, 463.

-, vicar of. See Haldesworth, Dr. Robt.

-, vicarage of, 464.

Hall, Mr., 1009.

Halle, John, g. 914 (22).

Halleday, Will., prior of Hornby, 816 ii. (4) sig.

Halles. See Hailes.

Halston, Glouc., St. Mary's chapel, 362 (? "Alston").

Haltompryce priory, near Hull, 1173 (p. 400).

Halyng, 662

Halys. See Hales.

Halywell, letters dated at, 466, 472.

Hamburg (Hamborough), 177, 482, 824, 922.

-, letters dated at, 153, 177.

Hammes, in the marches of Calais, 192, 817:—g. 236 (3).

Hamont. John, 1059.

Hampshire. Ses Hants.

Hampton. See Southampton.

Hampton, Thos., letter from, 1108.

Hampton Bishop, Heref., 245, 334.

Hampton Court, 339, 413.

Hampton Lovet, Wore., letter dated at, 171.

Hanaper, the, 478.

-, officers of. See under Henry VIII.

Hanbury, Wm., 653.

Hancelim, Jean, 190.

Hancoke, Thos., 59.

Hancull, John, a Breton, 458.

Handwarp. See Antwerp.

Hanedon, —, Grey Friar of Worcester, 1109.

Hanganby, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Hannaert (Henart), John, viscount of Lombeke and Liedekerke, Imperial ambassador in France, 178, 287, 295, 449, 526, 665, 674, 696, 804, 826, 847, 868, 899, 919, 937, 971, 975, 987 (p. 334), 1036:—App. 7, 8.

-, -, letters from, 294, 804, 899.

-, -, letters to, 674, 975.

Hanornyt, Giles, g. 1063 (3).

Hansacre, prebendary of. See Symonds, Simon.

Hanseatic envoys, 483.

Hanse Towns, in Germany, 153, 483.

Hanson, alias Hensher, John, g. 914 (36).

Hanson, Thos., 617.

Hants or Hampshire, 60, 460, 571, 727, 1070.

-, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See also Phylpott, Sir Peter (1535–6).

Hanworth, Midd., parson of, 230.

Harborough (Herboroughe), 697.

Harcourte (de Hertcourte), Sir Simon, 519.

Hardwyke Worc., 1124.

Hardwyke, John, 653.

Harflete, Raymond, letter from, 1110.

Harleston Midd., prebendary of. See Smith, John.

Harley, Geoff., 429, 510 ii., 793.

-, -, his master, 510 ii.

Harlow, Essex, 882.

Harlod or Harwolde, Beds, priory of, 1005.

-, -, prioress of, 1005.

Haroldes, Irish family, 731 (2).

Harper, John, 1033.

Harris (Harrys), —, 951.

-, (Harrys), alias Bowshe, John, g. 914 (10).

-, Ric., 833.

Harrison, Dr., of Cambridge, 661.

-, John, 584.

-, (Herreson), John, 637.

-, Thos., 417–18.

Harrowden, Ntht., 697.

Harrowden, lord. See Vaux, Sir Thos.

Harry Madock, John ap, g. 504 (2).

Harrys. See Harris.

Hart, Robert, 233.

Hartest, Suff., Strutte's tenement in, 520.

Hartford Bridge (Hertfordbridge), Hants, 620.

Harthill (Herthill), Yorks., deanery of, 792 v.

Harvel (Harwel), Edmund, 490 (? "Harvi"), 512, 659, 819, 927, 981 (p. 330), 1028–9.

-, -, letter from, 927, 1029.

Harvi (qu. Harvel?), Mr., 490.

Harvey, John, g. 504 (8).

-, Morice, 1059.

Harwich, 290, 1059.

-, curate of. See Corthop, Thos.

Harwolde. See Harold.

Harydaunce, —, heretic, 230.

Haryngtone, Sir Hew, 1173 ii.

Haschenperg, Stephen, letter from, 1111.

Hastings, —, 950.

-, Fras., 481, 1101.

Haston. See Aston.

Hasylwood, John, g. 914 (22).

Hatfield (Hattefeld) Hall, 478.

-, bailiff of. See Stonarde, John.

Hatfield (Hatefeld), John, 716:—App. 18.

Hauken, John, 1059.

Hauxhed (Huwkysworth ? q. v.), Jas., 571.

Haverford West, in Wales, 1091.

-, prior of. See Barlow, Wm.

-, the Black Friar of, 1091.

Havering, Essex, 358.

-, the Queen's house at, 358.

Hawcop Nthld., 371 (2).

Hawkins (Hawkyns), Dr. Nic., dec., 234 (p. 78).

Hawks, 70, 293.

Hawkyns. See Hawking.

Hawkysworth (Hawksworth), James, 59–61, 145–6, 377, 448, 460–1, 501, 571 ("Hauxhed"), 642, 682, 997–8, 1004, 1032.

-, -, letters from, 59–61, 145–6, 448, 460–1, 501.

-, -, his wife, 448.

Hawmond, Ant., g. 914 (4).

Hawte, Sir William, 353.

Haybrydge, App. 12.

Haylles. See Hales.

Haylys. See Hailes.

Haynes. See Heynes.

Haynes lands, 234.

Headley (Hedley), Surr., 798.

Heath (Heeth, Hethe, Haith), Dr. Nic., 213 (4), 217–19, 242, 498 (3), 1016 (p. 436 n.), 1018.

Heath or Hethe, John, 279.

-, Nic., monk, prior of Lenton, g. 1063 (17).

Heaumpton, Devon, 410

Hedley. See Headley.

Hedynton, Wm., 653.

Heedley manor, Yorks. (?), 652.

Heethe. See Heath.

Heidelberg, letter dated at, 494.

Helfault, — de, letter from, 982.

Heliares, John, vicar of East Meon and rector of Warblington, letter from, 128.

Heliecastell, letter dated at, 815

Heltam. See Eltham.

Hemmyng, Thos., g. 914 (38).

Henallt. See Anhalt.

Henart. See Hannaert.

Hendon, Midd., g. 914 (29).

-, letter dated at, 1041.

Henley in Arden, Warw., g. 914 (37).

Henneage (Henege), Thomas, of the Privy Chamber, 172, 420.

-, -, his wife, 420.

Henneage, Mr., 234.

Henry III., Emperor, 730.

Henry I., King, 1173 (p. 400).

Henry II., King, 730.

Henry III., King, 1105.

Henry VI., King, 803.

Henry VII., King, 52, 234, 671, 725 ii., 1165.

Henry VIII., personal notices of (all other references omitted), 4, 15, 17, 21, 27, 40, 41, 42, 48, 53, 58, 74, 84, 148, 157, 166, 171–2, 178, 182 (p. 56), 184, 187, 202, 212 n, 238, 240–1, 249, 258, 272–3, 287, 295, 305, 310–11, 325–6, 329, 334, 337, 345, 355, 356–8, 370, 377–8, 386, 395, 398, 400, 402, 404, 409, 427, 434–5, 437, 447, 450 (p. 147), 458, 460, 463, 466–8, 470–3, 482, 484–5, 487, 489, 496, 498–9, 513, 517, 525, 528, 534–5, 538, 540, 547–8, 555, 557–8, 565–8, 571, 577–80, 587, 594–5, 601, 611, 615, 619–21, 632, 639, 642, 650, 658, (p. 221–2 "Re nostro," &c.), 660, 663–5, 672, 674, 676–7, 682, 690–1, 700–1, 718, 723, 730, 732–3, 741, 746, 758, 760, 765–6, 770, 776, 779, 787, 789, 791, 793, 799, 809, 813, 820, 822, 826–7, 833, 835–6, 847, 850, 861–2, 866, 868, 870–1, 873, 886, 892, 897, 899, 911, 915, 922, 927, 929, 931, 937, 939, 946, 950, 961 (p. 322), 964–5, 980, 983, 986–8, 994, 1001, 1007, 1010, 1014, 1019, 1023, 1029, 1032, 1035–6, 1039–40, 1050, 1072, 1094, 1102, 1117, 1127, 1130:–App. 8, 9.

-, letters from, 211, 227, 443, 508, 527, 532, 573–4, 731, 759, 837–8, 926, 976, 1038, 1056, 1100, 1126:—App. 7.

-, letters to, 1, 13, 28, 30, 38, 52, 54, 116, 123, 173, 180, 197, 223–4, 247, 281, 285, 288, 290, 298, 309, 335, 371, 453, 468, 613, 626, 635, 645, 780, 831, 918, 956, 1008, 1043, 1049, 1068.

-, proceedings against, by the Pope (executorials, excommunication, depri vation, sentence, affair of England, &c.), 15, 207, 243, 249, 267–70, 275, 287, 298, 325, 565–6, 601, 718, 733 (p. 251), 770, 774, 813, 893, 904, 921, 940–1, 947, 987 (p. 334), 999, 1000, 1006–7, 1024:–App. 7.

-, -, deputies for, 268. (Cardinals Campeggio, Cesis and Simonetta.)

-, his divorce from Katharine, 665, 674.

-, his grandmother, 1120.

-, his handwriting, g. 914 (22).

-, his harness, 187.

-, his first marriage, 213, 443.

-, his second marriage, 337.

-, his privy signet, 478 (pp. 156–7).

-, his signature, g. 914 (22).

-, his household, 28, 234 (p. 78), 793).

-, his household and other officers:—

almoner. See Foxe, Edw.

armourers, 193.

Chamber, pages of the, 797.

chamberlain. See Sandes, Wm. lord.

chancellor of the Exchequer. See Cromwell, Thos.

clerk of the Hanaper. See Cromwell, Thos.

cofferer, 28.

comptroller. See Paulet, Sir Wm.

dean of the chapel. See Sampson, Ric.

glazier, 430.

kitchen, the black guard of his, 110.

master of the armoury. See Dudley, Sir John.

master of the Jewel House. See Cromwell, Thos.

master of the wards. See Paulet, Sir Wm.

master mason, 229.

master of the Rolls. See Cromwell, Thos.

pages of the Chamber, 797.

physician, 287, 356 (p. 120). See Chambre, John; Butts, Wm.

privy chamber, 172.

serjeant of the Trumpets, 229.

solicitor. See Riche, Ric.

steward, lord. See Shrewsbury, G. earl of.

surveyors of lands. See Dauncy, Sir John, and Hales, John.

surveyor of works, 1083.

treasurer. See Fitzwilliam, Sir Wm.

vice-chamberlain. See Gage, Sir John.

Hensha or Hensher, alias Hanson, John, g. 914 (36).

Henton. See Hiuton.

Henyngby, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Herbert, Francis, 217, 513.

Herboroughe. See Harborough.

Hereford, 99, 108, 140, 334, 428:—g. 504 (7).

-, letter dated at, 245.

-, dean of, g. 236 (15).

-, dean and chapter of, 212, 348.

-, gaol, 510 ii.

-, mayor of, 428.

-, mill of, 428.

Hereford, archdeacon of. See Boothe, John.

Hereford (Herford), Charles Booth, bp. of, (died 1535,) 99, 245, 334.

-, -, his goods, 99.

-, -, his house in London, 99.

Herefored (Hertheford), bp. of (1535). See Foxe, Edw.

Hereford (Herforde) bpric. and diocese of, 121, 130, 241, 245, 250, 334, 498, 510, 531:–g. 236 (15), 504 (1), 729 (6).

Herefordshire, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See Clinton, Will. (1535–6).

Heresbach, Conrad, letter to, 911.

Heresy and Heretics, 20, 84, 90 (p. 26), 1067.

Heritage (Herytag), Mr., 228.

Herman, Ric., letter from, 746.

Hermits, the, 129.

Heron, Alexander, 1078.

-, Anth., indictment of, 491.

-, Chr., letter from, 1112.

-, Eliz., 641 u., 1082.

-, Giles, 836, 1112–14:—g. 504 (6).

-, -, letter from, 1113.

-, Sir John, father of Giles, 1112–13.

-, Sir John, of Chipchace, 371 (4,) 641.

-, -, signature of, 371 (4).

-, John, 371 (4 bis), 641.

-, Julian, 1075.

-, Margaret, 1112.

-, Sir Wm. (died 1535), 641, 1082.

Herreson, John, 637. See also Harrison.

Herring fishing, 243, 515, 649.

Herryng, Ric., 883.

Hertcourte. See Harcourt.

Hertfordbridge. See Hartford Bridge.

Hertfordshire or Herts, 1136.

-, constable of. See Cromwell, Thos.

-, duchy lands in, 478.

-, and Essex, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See Peryent, Thos. (1535–6).

Hertheford. See Hereford.

Herthill. See Harthill.

Heryng, Dr., 69.

-, John, letter from, 69.

Herytag. See Heritage.

Hesleyside (Hessill Syde), Nthld., 371 (2).

Hesse, Philip landgrave of ("the Landgrave"), 58, 548, 696, 773, 834, 838, 1008, 1013, 1016, 1016 (p. 346 n.), 1018.

-, -, letter from, 1008.

Hessill Syde. See Hesleyside.

Heth or Hethe. See Heath.

Hewberdson, Hewlardus, g. 729 (24).

Hewet, George, soldier of Calais, letter from, 938.

-, Thos., 1059.

Hewgh. See Hugh.

Hewys. See Hughes.

Hexham, Nthld., 371.

Hey or Heye, Alen, 37.

-, -, letter from, 37 (2).

Heynes (Haynes, Hains), Simon, S. T. P. canon of Windsor (1535), master of Queen's College Cambridge, vicar of Stepney, sent to France, 54, 157, 180, 217, 229, 232, 299 (p. 102), 300, 521, 544, 765, 775, 1002:–g. 1063 (15).

-, -, letters from, 54, 180, 521, 544, 765.

Heynes, Henry, 883.

-, Ric., elk., 408.

-, Wm., 408.

-, (Heynis), Wm., King's servant, 1081.

Heysam or Heyxsam, John, 183.

Heyward, John, g. 504 (6).

-, Ric., 792.

Hide. See Hyde.

Higgens, —, butcher, 1113.

Higons, Margaret, 74.

-, Thos., 74.

Hildebrand, Pope (Gregory VII.), 730.

Hill, letter dated at, 289.

Hill (Hyll), —, 570.

-, Ric., letter to, 821.

Hillersdon (Illersdon), Andrew, g. 914 (22).

Hilles, Anne, widow of John Copland, letter from, 406.

Hillyard (Hyllyard), Sir Chr., g. 914 (22).

Hilsey, John, D.D., bp. of Rochester (1535), prior of the Black Friars, Bristol, and provincial of the Order, 69, 151, 203, 252, 272–3, 342, 359–60, 372–3, 421, 598, 693, 989, 1097, 1120, 1128, 1153–4:–g. 236 (5, 13), 729 (8).

-, -, letters from, 360, 421, 693, 989, 1153–4.

-, -, letter to, 69.

-, -, his vicar general. See Griffith,—.

Hilton or Hylton Abbey, Staff., 34 (2), 815.

-, abbot of, 34 (2).

Hinchinbrook nunnery, near Huntingdon, 1009.

-, prioress of (died Dec. 1535), 1009.

Hinton (Hynton, Henton), Somers., 479.

-, Charterhouse of, 498.

-, -, prior of. See Horde, Dr.

Hinton (Hynton), John, 479.

Hoby (Oby), Philip, 490, 981 (p. 331).

-, -, letter to, 490.

Hobylthorne, Mr., 105.

Hodson, Harry, letter to, 323.

Hodell or Hody, land of, in Denmark, 177, 181.

Hodyngton, Wm., monk of Worcester, 52 (2).

Hoche. See Hoya.

Hogan (Hugan, Hogen), Robt., 478, 721, 978, 1042.

-, -, letter from, 721, 1042.

-, -, his wife, 721.

Hogge, Wm., 1147 (p. 392).

Hokenorton. See Hook Norton.

Hokes, Essex, 481.

Holand, Eliz., g. 914 (14).

-, John, g. 914 (14).

Holbech, Hen., D.D., 97.

Holborn, prebendary of. See Grene, Wm.

Holbourne, Thos., 1020.

Holcot, Salop. See Holdgate.

Holcroft, Thos., 217–19.

-, Thos., clk., g. 914 (6).

Holdecroft, Hugh, 1123.

Holderness (Holldarnes), Yorks., 456, 1173 (p. 400).

Holdgate (Holcot), Edw. Strete, parson of, 408.

Holdisworth. See Haldesworth.

Holland, 287, 711.

-, native of, g. 914 (18).

Holldarnes. See Holderness.

Holle, John, 183.

Holm Cultram, Cumb., abbot of, 478.

Holme, Wm., 456.

Holstein and the Holsteiners, 483, 824.

Holstein (Holston, Holst), duke of. See Christiern III.

Holstein, princess of. See Christiern III., his wife.

Holstein dialect, letters in, 277, 483.

Holt, 599.

Holt orHolte castle, in Wales, 244, 510 ii.

Holt, Direck, 217. See also Derick.

-, Thos., 144, 302.

Hongreford. See Hungerford.

Honychilde, near Dover, 1105.

Hook Norton (Hokenorton), Oxon, 493.

Hool, Lukye, g. 1063 (3).

Hopkyns, John, messenger, 234 (p. 78).

-, Ric., warden of the Grey Friars, Grantham, 179.

Hopton, Dr., prior of Black Friars, Oxford, 598, 1120.

-, John, 408.

-, Thos., 697.

Horde, Dr., prior of Hinton, 12, 49.

-, -, letter to, 12.

Horewell, Nic., 84.

Hornby priory, Yorks., Will. Halleday prior of, 816 ii. (4) sig.

-, surrender of, 816 ii. (4).

Horndon-on-the Hill, Essex, letter dated at, 405.

Horses, 38, 886.

Horsey, —, 950–1.

-, John, 136.

Horsham St. Faith's, Norf., letter dated at, 865.

-, priory of, 808, 849, 865.

-, -, prior of. See Sarysbury, John.

Horsley, Surr., g. 914 (22).

-, letter dated at, 420.

Horsley West, 481.

Horsman, Margery, 991.

Horssey. See Horsey.

Hortensius, 1028.

Horton. See Monks Horton.

Horton in Craven, 1070 (4).

Horwood, Mr., 605.

-, (Horwode), John. See Placet, John.

Hosborne, —, 643.

Hostia. Sec Ostia.

Hothfield, Kent, parson of, 230.

Hotton. See Hutton.

Houghton, John, prior of the Charterhouse (beheaded 1535), 12 (See Errata), 873 (p. 294 ?), 1150.

Hoveden. See Howden.

Howard, lord Edmund, brother of Norfolk, comptroller of Calais, 73, 535, 584, 682, 759, 897, 950.

-, -, letter to, 759.

Howard, Thomas. See Norfolk, duke of.

Howard, lord Thomas, younger son of the duke of Norfolk, 308.

Howard, lord Thomas, half brother of the duke of Norfolk, 995:—g. 1063 (13).

Howard, lord William ("millord de Guillaume"), brother of the duke of Norfolk, 566. (†).

Howden (Hoveden), Yorks., 704 ii.

Howell (Aphowell), David ap, 144:–g. 914 (24.)

-, Jas. Griffith ap. See Griffith.

-, John ap, 511.

-, Philip ap, 140.

-, Walter ap, dec., scarcher of Mark and Oye, g. 729 (12).

Howlfe, Thos., 183.

Howyn. See Owen.

Hoxne, Suff., letter dated at, 821.

Hoya (Hoy), John count of (killed 1535), 177, 824.

Hoya (Hoehe), Eric count of, brother of John, 177, 824.

Hubberd, Walter, sheriff of Norf. and Suff. (1535–6), g. 914 (22).

Huddleston's (Hudleston's) lands, 234 (p. 78).

Hugan. See Hogan.

Huggan, —, 353.

Hugh (Hewgh), monk of Wardon, 1167.

Hughes (Hewys, Huys), Mr. or Dr., 549, 1091.

Hughes, John, 234.

Huish (Huysshe), Champflower, Somers., 479.

Hull, 37, 246, 1070 (4), 1173 (p. 400).

-, Charterhouse (Scharterhouse) at, 1173 (p. 400).

-, assizes at, 37.

Hulme, Norf., abbey of St. Benet's, 785.

Humber, the, 37.

Humberley. See Umberleigh.

Humphrey, —, 466.

-, (Humfray), Ric., 697:—g. 729 (22).

Hungary, 202.

Hungary, Ferdinand of. See Ferdinand, king of the Romans.

Hungerford, Berks, 107.

Hungerford, —, of Sandwich, 243, 353.

-, (Hongreford), Sir Anthony, 1095:—g. 914 (22).

Hunnerston, Leonard, App. 12.

Hunsloo, letter dated at, 570.

Huntecott Devon, 479.

Hunters (i.e. Poachers), book of, 126.

Huntingdon, letter dated at, 1009.

-, prior of. See Wytwick, Hugh.

Huntingdonshire and Camb., sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See Payton, Sir Rob. (1535–6).

Hurleton, Thos., 144.

Hurstborne (Hurseborne), Hants, 438.

Husee. See Hussey.

Husher, friar John, of Grantham, 179 (3 iii. vi.)

Hussey (Husey), John lord, chief butler of England, 900:—g. 729 (15).

-, -, letter from, 900.

Hussey (Husee), John, the younger, Lisle's servant, letters from, 9, 642, 657, 682, 767, 850, 897–8, 924, 946, 950–2, 997–8, 1004, 1032–3.

-, -, letter to, 1033 ii.

-, -, his hostess, 682.

-, -, reference to, 625.

-, (Husse), John, searcher of Mark and Oye, g. 729 (12).

Hussher, friar John, of Grantham, 179 (3 iii.)

Huttoft, Linc., g. 1063 (6).

Huttoft, Harry, letter from, 380.

Hutton, —, 741.

-, (Hotton), David, letter from, 189.

-, John, of Bristol, g. 729 (20).

Huxley, Wm., 234 (p. 78). See also Uxley.

Huycke, Rob., 361.

Huys. See Hughes.

Huysshe. See Huish.

Hybbold, Roger, 84.

Hyde (Hide) abbey, by Winchester, 724:—App. 14.

-, abbot of. See Salcot, bp. of Bangor.

Hyde House (in Oxon or Beds?), 519.

-, -, tenant of, 519.

-, -, -, his wife, 519.

Hyll, Rob., 120.

-, -, his father, 120.

Hylley priory, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Hymmulton, Hen., 653.

I.

Ibarra, Fernanoo de Spanish merchant, 794.

Iceland, fishery of, 1020.

-, ships from, 234 (p. 78).

Idiaquez, —, Imperial secretary, 774.

Ilford Parva, Essex, g. 504 (8).

Ilfracombe (Ilfardecomb), Devon, 479.

Illersdon. See Hillersdon.

Images, destruction of, 340.

-, worship of, 345, 357–8, 681, 1001.

Incent, John, canon of St. Paul's, 992.

Indies, the, 912.

Indulgences abolished, 964 (p. 324).

Ingham priory, Norf., 785, 849.

-, prior of, 785, 849, 978.

Inglefield. See Englefield.

Ingrators of corn, 275. See also Regrators.

Ingworth, Dr. Ric., prior of the Black Friars, Langley, 373, 598, 1097, 1154.

Interview of the Queens (of France and Hungary). See Eleanor and Mary.

Inventories of furniture, 297, 717.

Ipswich, 80, 230, 614.

-, letter dated at, 889.

-, port of, 83, 122.

-, Our Lady of, 340.

-, St. Peter's, 340.

Iredayne. See Castlejordan.

Ireland, 19, 38, 41, 42, 90 (p. 26), 98, 106, 147, 149, 197, 217, 234 (p. 78), 308, 310, 318 n, 331–2, 357–8, 388, 434 (p. 141), 441, 498 (2), 513–15, 525, 556–7, 570, 573–5, 582, 600, 626, 700, 731–2, 975, 1027, 1031, 1051–3, 1056, 1072.

-, a cell of the priory of Bath in, 42.

-, the English Pale, 164, 332, 514.

-, the North of, 515.

-, "investiture" of, 975.

-, Acts of Parliament for (Irish Acts), 41, 90, 149, 358, 575.

-, army in, 147, 164, 332, 513, 731, 1051, 1053.

-, chancellor of. See Trimletiston, lord.

-, chief baron of Exchequer. See Aylmer, Gerald.

-, chief justice. See Aylmer, Gerald.

-, chief marshal of the army. See Grey, Lord Leonard.

-, clergy of, letter to, 1056.

-, Council of, 90 (p. 26), 149, 197, 232, 358, 515, 626, 731.

-, -, letter from, 197.

-, deputy of. See Skeffington, Sir Wm.

-, master of the Rolls. See Alen, John.

-, masters in, 731.

-, Parliament of, 90 (p. 26), 358, 573–5, 731, 1079.

-, -, letter to, 574.

-, receiver general in. See Brabazon, Wm.

-, seal of, 90 (p. 26).

-, lord treasurer. See Butler, lord James.

-, treasurer of the wars, under-treasurer, or vice-treasurer in. See Brabazon, Wm.

Irish laners, 42.

Irish rebels, 731 (2).

Irish records, 1079.

Irlam, Peter, vicar of Aston Cantlow, 488.

Isabella, empress of charles V., 15, 33, 143, 249, 295, 556, 602, 681, 873, 983.

-, -, letters to, 15, 143, 249, 295, 557, 681, 873, 983

-, -, one of the chief of her council, 33.

-, -, her court, 33.

Islington (Iseldon), Midd., 1112.

Isleworth (Istelworth), John Hale, vicar of, (hung 4 May 1535), 171.

Isley, Sir Hen., g. 914 (22).

Italian soldiers, 602.

Italy and the Italians, 198, 213, 337, 395, 434, 443, 545, 566, 587, 594 (p. 198), 602 (p. 203), 658 (p. 221), 659, 827, 838, 862, 867–8, 887, 903–4, 906, 964, 981, 1000, 1001 (2), 1029, 1038, 1139–40.

-, league of, 658 (p. 221).

-, princes of, 1029.

Ivell, John, constable, 864.

Ivichy (?), in Sicily, 602 (p. 204).

Ivychurch priory, near Clarendon, Wilts, letter dated at, 842.

-, prior of. See Page, Ric.

J.

J., R. See Johnson, Ric.

Jackson (Jacson), —, 520.

-, —, pirate, 1031.

-, (Jakson), John, 1059.

Jaen (Jahen), in Spain, bpric. of, 827.

Jakson. See Jackson.

James V., king of Scotland, 7, 75–81, 148, 165, 178, 233, 249 (p. 85), 295, 308, 498 (3), 527, 537–9, 635–6, 672, 674–5, 680, 696, 730, 739, 788, 804, 906, 915–16, 960, 964 (p. 323), 970, 993, 1043–9.

-, -, letters from, 75–81, 537–9, 635–6, 739, 915–16, 1043–9.

-, -, letters to, 527, 730.

-, -, his falconer. See Lindsay, Jas.

-, -, his secretary, 964 (p. 323). Qu. Kinloss (private secretary) or Sir T. Erskine (secretary of state) ?

Janievill. See Joinville.

Janken. See Jenkyn.

Jannons, Robt., bailey of Norton, 183.

Janvilla. See Joinville.

Jaques, M., parent of, at Padua, 659.

Jarvase. See Jervaulx.

Jaunevyll. See Joinville.

Jedburgh, 64.

Jefford. See Gifford.

Jefson, Wm., g. 729 (22).

Jena (Gene), in Germany, 543, 825, 928.

-, letters dated at, 389–90, 468, 825 930.

Jenks, Edw., 408.

Jenkyn, Gitto, 465.

-, (Janken), Robt. ap., 510 ii.

Jenney, Chr., serjeant-at-law, 37, 978, 1042.

-, -, letter from, 37.

Jenoa. See Genoa.

Jenour, Robt., g. 914 (25).

Jenyns, Barnard, 798 (2).

Jenney, Sir John, 726.

Jermyn, Mr., 978.

Jervaulx (Jarvase), abbey of, 37.

Jervys, Ric., g. 914 (24).

Jestlyn, Philip, 1059.

Jevan Gayn, Gola verz, 140, 186.

Jew, the, or Jewish corsair. See Judeo.

Jewelhouse (Juelhouse), the, 234, 359, 372, 909.

Jews, 84, 102.

Johans, Thos., deputy admiral, 560.

John, king of England, 555, 730, 892.

John, king of Hungray. See Scepuse, count.

John III., king of Portugal, 559, 602, 746, 837.

-, -, his father and mother, 559.

-, -, his daughter. See Mary.

John, pope, 723.

John XXII., pope, 730.

John, —, graver, 217.

John, William Jenkyn, 560, 1098.

Johns, Geoff., abbot of Conway, 244.

Johnson, Harry, 830.

-, Henry, gunner, 817.

-, John, 115.

-, Ric., 836 (Northernman), 1082 (R.J.), 1113.

-, Ric., of Boxted, letter from, 115.

-, -, his wife, 1115.

-, Sir Thos., 88.

-, Dan Thos., 638.

-, Will., of Calais, 319.

Joinville (Janievill, Janvilla, Jaunevyll, Jainvil), 325, 374.

-, letters dated at, 293, 298–300, 336.

Joinvilloy, Fontaine in, letter dated at, 258.

Jonas, Justus, 355 ii., 503, 545, 593, 805, 1030.

-, -, letter from, 355 ii.

-, -, letters to, 503, 545, 593, 805.

Jones (Jonys), 127, 659, 673, 1028.

-, -, his father, 127.

-, Thomas, 104.

Jonys. See Jones.

Jopes crofts, 234.

Jordayn, Ric., g. 729 (3).

Joy, Chr., 1003.

Judd, Mr., 991.

Judde, John, under clerk of the IIanaper, 478.

Judeo, Turkish captain, 602 (p. 204).

Juettes lodge, Windsor, 476.

Juiff, — de, of St. Malo, letter from, 190.

Juliers (Julike), duchy of, 1018.

Julius II., pope (1503–13), 499, 1007.

Justices, fees of, 234 (p. 78).

Justices of the peace and sewers, 725.

Justification, doctrine of, 1001.

K.

Katharine of Arragon, first queen of Henry VIII. (called officially "Princess Dowager"), 17, 48, 52 (2), 58 (p. 18), 75, 136, 143, 178, 207, 217, 249, 252, 356 (pp. 119–20), 449, 451, 548, 557, 565–6, 587–8, 594, 596, 681, 730, 732, 770, 774, 776–7, 793, 861–2, 873, 904, 912, 937 (p. 316), 964, 966–7, 970, 972–3, 983, 987, 1035–7, 1039–40, 1050.

-, -, letters from, 48, 587–8.

-, -, her household, 125, 217, 252, 451.

-, -, -, steward of. See Bedingfield, Sir Edm.

-, -, her physician. See Sa, Mich. de la.

-, -, her confessor, 983.

-, -, her apothecary. See Grenacre, Philip.

Kavanaghs (Cavenaghs) (Irish family), 331.

Kavelare, Ant., g. 1063 (5).

Kay, Davy, 637.

Kayredin Bassa (Pacha). See Barbarossa.

Keche, John, 1059.

Kelderman, John, 1121.

Keldon. See Kelvedon.

Kelldhome nunnery, Yorks, 1173 (p. 400).

Kellet, Wm., 697.

Kelley, Wm., 614.

Kellys, in Ireland, archdeacon of, 514.

Kellys, the, Irish family, 116.

Kelsale (Kelshall), Suff., letter dated at, 398.

Kelvedon (Keldon), Essex, lands (named) in, 234.

Kemeys (Kemmys, Kemys), David Morgan, 478, 486.

-, letter to, 486.

Kemmys. See Kemeys.

Kempe, Andrew, 633.

-, Stephen, 230.

-, Sir Wm., 353, 633.

-, -, letter from, 633.

Kemys. See Kemeys.

Ken, —, 383.

Kendal, Westmld, 34, 234 (p. 78), 606.

Kendall, Walter, 1119.

Kene, Jas., g. 914 (11).

Kennalton vianimga, 1070 (5).

Kenninghall (Kenynghale), Norf., letter dated at, 308.

Kensam. See Keynsham.

Kensey (Keynsey), Roger, 383.

Kensworth (Kennysworthe), Herts, App. 12.

Kent, 142, 243, 264, 354, 444, 592, 895.

-, sheriff of, g. 914 (22). See Wotton, Sir Edw. (1535–6).

Ketill, Jas., 689.

Keting, Wm., 147.

Kettering, Ntht., 697.

Kew, Surrey, 479.

Keyngton. See Kington.

Keynsey. See Kensey.

Keynsham (Kensam), Somers., 42.

-, abbot of, 1025.

Kilbreste, in Tretyre, Heref, g. 504 (3)

Kildare county, 147, 434 (p. 141), 1051.

Kildare, earldom of, 332, 731.

Kildare town, 147.

Kildare, Elizabeth countess of, widow of the ninth earl, 331, 357n., 1054.

Kildare, Gerald, ninth earl of (died 1534), 331, 514, 556, 575.

lands of, 331.

Kildare, Thomas tenth earl of. See Fitzgerald, lord Thomas.

Kilkenny, letters dated at, 974, 1051.

Kilmainham (Kilmenen), prior of. See Rawson, Sir John.

Kilmalok in Ireland, 556.

Kilpeck, Heref., g. 504 (2).

Kilvington (Kylvyngton), Hunts, 249 n.

Kimbolton (Guimolton, Kymbalton), Hunts, 249 n.

-, letters dated at, 48, 587–8, 966–7 1050.

King or Kyng, —, Lisle's servant, 214.

-, John, 830.

-, Matthew, 365, 866.

-, Thomas, of Calais, 996.

Kingesmill, Morphita, abbess of Wherwell, g. 504 (4, 15), 729 (5, 21).

King's Bench, the, 488.

Kingsdown (Kyngysdoun), Kent, 1105.

Kingsteignton (Kyngysdoun), Devon, 478.

Kingston, Surr., 230, 420.

Kingston (Kyngyston), Sir William, constable of the Tower and captain of the Guard, 69, 210.

-, -, his servant Percival, 69.

Kingston, lady, wife of Sir Wm., 69 (? "My lady").

Kingston, Anthony, 53.

-, John, 1082.

Kingston Lisle, 571, 682.

Kingswood (Kyngeswodd) abbey, Wilts, letter dated at, 315, 394.

-, William abbot of, letter from, 315.

-, cellarer of. See Acton, Nic.

-, a preacher at, 315.

-, prior of. See Redinge, Thos.

Kington (Keyngton) St. Michael, Wilts, 160.

-, Mary Denys, prioress of, 160.

Kinloss, Robert abbot of, prior of Beauly (Bello Loco), James V.'s secretary, Scotch ambassador to France, 78, 672, 960, 964, (p. 323 ?), 1043, 1046, 1048.

Kinner (Kymmer), in Wales, abbot of, 244.

Kirkby (Kyrkby), Westmld., 234 (p. 78).

Kirkby Kendal, Westmld., 1173 ii.

Kirkham priory, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Kirkstall (Chrystall) abbey, Yorks., 1173 (p. 400).

Kirton (Kyrton), Linc., 1107.

Kirvyne, Robt., mayor of Coventry, 883.

Kitson (Kytson), Thos., 478.

Knaresborough (Knaasbrow), priory, 1173 (p. 400).

Knevet. See Knyvet.

Knight, Ric., 1121.

-, (Knyght), Robt., draper, 234.

Knoll (Knole), Warw. (?), sanctuary of warden of, 570.

Knolle, letter dated at, 900.

Knolles, John, dec., 93.

-, Thos., president of Magdalen College, Oxford, letter from, 1120.

Knottsford or Knotisford, —, 245, 334.

-, (Knottysford), John, 653.

-, (Knottesford), Robt., 883.

Knyghtley, Jane, letter from, 447.

-, -, her park, 447.

Knyte, Thos., 938.

Knyvet (Knevet), Anth., g. 504 (8).

-, (Knevet), Sir Henry, letters from, 36 710, 1022.

-, -, kinsman of (qu. Edw. Clifford ?) 36, 710.

-, Harry, 682.

-, Matilda, g. 504 (8).

Knyzghtecott, Devon, 479.

Kockersand. Ser Cockersand.

Königsberg (Conyborowe), 291.

Kyffyn, John, dec., g. 1063 (16).

-, Ric., clk., g. 1063 (16).

Kylligrew, —, Cranmer's servant, 869.

Kylvyngton, See Kilvington.

Kymeworthy, 1156.

Kymmer, abbot of, 244

Kyng. See King.

Kynges. See Kings.

Kyrkby. See Kirkby.

Kyrke, Gabriel, friar, 179 (3 iii.)

Kyt. See Kit.



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